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Holidays To Mexico City

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Mexico City is the capital city of Mexico, and one of the largest and most populous cities in North America, and the world. It is an important centre of politics, culture, education, finance, and techology in Mexico. Its large population makes it the largest Spanish-speaking city in the world. It is considered the second oldest capital city in the Americas, having being founded by the Aztecs in 1325. Travel Center provides the perfect holidays to Mexico City, whether you are a frequent traveller or on your first holiday in years. We make sure you travel in safety and in comfort, as we have partnered with world-class airlines to take you to Mexico City. One of the striking features of Mexico City is the impressive skyline and the abundance of modern architecture within the city including commercial and residential buildings, sculptures, and monuments. The city also boasts an impressive public transport system. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to Mexico City, and makes sure yours is a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Mexico City with us and experience the capital city of Mexico at its very best.


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -6:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Aeromexico, Condor, American Airlines, Lufthansa



Best Time to Travel

March to May

Modes of Transport

Plane, Bus,Taxi, Metro Train, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 25.46 MXN

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Plaza de la Constitución

This is Mexico City's leading courtyard, situated in the ancient hub. Its formal title is Plaza de la Constitución, but it is normally named as el Zócalo. One of the biggest public courtyards in the world. The huge stretch of concreted extent is embellished with a single large Mexican flag in the middle.

Catedral Metropolitana

The huge cathedral on the North part of the Zocalo was constructed over a time of 250 years and has a blend of structural styles. Like various structures in Mexico City’s ancient hub, it is leisurely sinking into the ground.

Palacio Nacional

Palacio Nacional which is a government construction takes up the East part of the Zocalo and accommodates the united treasury and also the state annals. The leading appeal here is Diego Rivera's paintings portraying thousands of years of Mexican past.

Templo Mayor

In 1978, electric company workers excavating alongside the cathedral discovered a huge round stone portraying the Aztec moon goddess Coyolxauqui, which prompted the digging of this, the chief Aztec shrine, committed to Tlaloc, the god of rain and Huitzilopochtli, the god of war.

Palacio de Bellas Artes

Mexico City's magnificent Fine Arts Theater was designed to celebrate the century of Mexican independence back in 1910 but was not finished until 1934. It comprises of paintings done by Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, David Alfaro Siqueiros and Rufino Tamayo.

Museo Nacional de Antropologia

Holding the most magnificent selection of Mesoamerican relics in the world. There is a hall committed to each of the ethnic districts of Mesoamerica and the upstairs rooms have culture displays. Don’t miss the Aztec display with the popular Sun Stone or “Aztec Calendar.”

Museo Frida Kahlo

The Casa Azul or Blue House in Coyoacán was the family house of the popular artist and wife of painter Diego Rivera. They stayed here in the last 14 years of her life. Their house, adorned with Mexican arts and crafts, let’s tourists get a look into the personal life of these unconventional artists.


The chinampas, or “floating gardens” of the Aztecs were an honest farming method to produce fertile land on the lake. Now you could ride brilliantly tinted boats down the canals and purchase from sellers on flatboats or rent a mariachi band to serenade you.


This archaeological location is worth a day excursion. The "city of the gods" was a large city hub with inhabitants of around 200,000, held from 200 BC to 800 AD. At its pinnacle, it was one of the biggest cities in the world, and its effect was sensed all around Mesoamerica.

Basilica de Guadalupe

The slope where the virgin of Guadalupe materialized to Juan Diego is now one of the most toured religious locations in the world. Guadalupe is the godmother of Mexico and a very significant public emblem. In the church, you could view the actual cloak of Juan Diego with her remarkable picture on it.